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2012 Big Game Seasons and Application Guide

2012 Big Game Seasons and Application Guide

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Mail Applications to: Wildlife Administrative Services, P.O. Box 1345, Fallon, NV 89407-1345Online Internet Applications: www.huntnevada.comFor Application Questions Call: 1-800-576-1020 Toll Free, or (775) 423-7577, M - F, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Big Game Application Deadline Is 5 p.m., April 16, 2012
 
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 Nevada Department of WildlifeBig Game Seasons and Application Regulations
Apply Early and You Could Win $1,000
Be one of the early online applicants and you can win a
$1,000 gift certicate to the store of your choice; Cabela’s,
Scheels or Bass Pro.
 Applicants who apply early in the process will be eligiblefor this incentive draw. This incentive is available to onlineapplicants only. Systems Consultants, the contractor for the big game tag draw process, will notify the single winner via telephone as soon as possible after the draw, with afollow-up conrmation sent via mail afterwards.
Check Out the New Nevada Dream Tags
The all new Nevada Dream Tags Program is a rafe that
allows resident and nonresident sportsmen a chance at
the hunt of a lifetime, while contributing to wildlife habitat
restoration in the Silver State. Learn more on page 18.
Hunt Unit Advisories
In an effort to improve your hunting experience, the Nevada
Department of Wildlife has put together a table for hunter access restrictions and other advisories for specic hunts
and unit groups. This information may affect your decisionon where to apply this year.
You can nd the 2012 Hunt Unit Advisory on the NDOWwebsite at
www.ndow.org/hunt/resources/advise/.
Pre-Register Your Hunter Education
 The Department offers pre-registration of hunter education.The Department recommends hunters check to see if their 
hunter education records are on le. You can do so by goingto www.huntnevada.com. Call 1-800-576-1020 to conrmyour faxed records are received before April 9, 2012.
Postcards
Hunters who applied online last year will receive a noticationpostcard reminding them it is time to apply online for big game.Hunters will be able to go to www.huntnevada.com to lookup their bonus points and species eligibility and access anonline link to download this application regulation brochure.
Hunt Unit Changes
Several changes have been made to the hunt unitboundaries this year. Hunters are advised to closelycheck the Hunt Unit Reference Map found in the middleof this publication. Specic changes can be found on theboundary unit descriptions on the back of the map anda brief explanation of each change will be included onaffected hunt unit advisories found on the NDOW website at
www.ndow.org/hunt/resources/advise/.
New/Changes to Big Game Seasons in 2012
New resident antelope hunt in Units 211, 212, EsmeraldaCounty; Added unit groups to existing resident antelopemuzzleloader hunt in Washoe County.
New unit groups were opened to nonresident antelope
rie (1) and archery (4) hunts.Added Unit 145 (Eureka County) to resident antlerless(bull) elk depredation hunt.Eliminated early bull rie hunt for Units 108, 131, 132.All bull elk weapon hunts for Unit Group 111-115, 221,222, split into 2 separate Unit Groups 111-115 and UnitGroup 221, 222.Bull elk muzzleloader seasons for 061,071; 062-068,072,074; 073, and 075 were moved to Sept. 17 – 30during same time as antlerless (cow) elk muzzleloader hunts and avoid overlap with cow elk and mule deer rie
hunts.
Bull elk archery season extended to September 16.Added nonresident bull elk muzzleloader hunt to UnitGroup 076,077,079, 081.Early season cow elk rie hunts were reinstated for UnitGroups 108,131; 111,112; 113; 114,115; 161-164; 221;and 222.The October cow elk rie hunt in Units 072, 073, 074, and075 was split into 2 seasons, Oct 1 – 10 and Oct 11 – 20.A late November cow elk rie hunt was added for UnitGroup 062, 064, 066-068.New resident desert bighorn hunt for Unit 153 (Fish CreekMountains) was added with extended season.Desert bighorn hunt in Unit 204 (East Walker River) wasremoved as a separate unit and added to Unit 202 dueto uncertainty of bighorn survival after possible domesticsheep interaction in 2011.7 new units (173, 181, 184, 211 N, 211 S, 261, and 262)were added to the nonresident desert bighorn sheep
hunt.
Unit 066 was eliminated from the 066,068 Unit GroupCalifornia bighorn hunt.A new Rocky Mountain bighorn hunt was opened in Unit091 (Pilot Range and Leppy Hills) that includes portionsof Utah (interstate hunt).Unit 066 was closed and replaced with Unit 031 for nonresident California bighorn sheep hunt due to bighorndisease event and dieoff in 2011 in Unit 066.Antlerless mule deer hunts were opened for Unit 051; andUnit Groups 062-064,066-068 and 101,102,109.The late antlered (buck) mule deer rie season for thoseunit groups that occur in White Pine County were changedback to the statewide standard dates of Oct. 21 – Nov. 5.The late buck mule deer season for Units 192 and 194,196 were changed to Nov. 5 – 30, consistent with most of the seasons that border California.The buck mule deer hunt for Unit Group 241-245 waschanged from a split season to a single season, Oct. 5 –31.
The early mule deer archery season was changed to
 Aug. 10 – Sept. 9 for both 1341 and 1107 hunts.The late buck mule deer archery season for Units 192 and194, 196 was changed to Dec. 1 – Jan. 1 with a restrictedhunt boundary in Unit 194.
What’s New and Important for 2012

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James Bishop added this note
I want to hunt not be up on the latest social media sites. This is crap that we need to go to a completely un-related site to get state regulations. These are public documents and should be available to anyone who wants to access them through the agency that publishes them not a third party site!
Timothy Craig Nelson added this note
NDOW Thanks for being on the Website, Better then not at all!!
Joe Keller added this note
Why is NDOW using a third party (Facebook) to provide hunting data (Season Dates)?? This SHOULD be available in the "Hunt Nevada" website NOT on a Social Media Website !! VERY POOR MOVE NEVADA !!!!!

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